Eliza ; Sheep-shearing ; Douglas to Lord Randolph ; and, Eliza to Henry
12 p. ; 13 x 8 cm.
Publisher London : Printed for J.T. Ward and Company, 3, Bread Street-Hill, Cheapside
Book contributor McGill University Library
Collection mcgilluniversitychapbook; mcgilluniversity; toronto
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At head of title: Beauties for the muses
Woodcut: title-page vignette
Eliza -- Sheep-shearing -- Douglas to Lord Randolph -- Eliza to Henry
First sentence: "Now stood Eliza on the wood-crown'd height, o'er Minden's plain, spectatress of the fight; sought with bold eye amid the bloody strife her dearer self, the partner of her life; from hill to hill the rushing host pursu'd, and view'd his banner, or believ'd she view'd."
Includes 1 woodcut
Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: bound with Edwin and Angelina. Printed for J.T. Ward and Company, No. 3, Bread-Street-Hill, Cheapside,1808. Bound together subsequent to publication with 11 other chapbooks with binder's title: Poems. Bound in brown calf over boards. Isabel Mackenzie. Montreal. March/70. $50.00
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